European Union officials from Austria, Belgium and Turkey are scheduled to visit Ariel University, in Central Samaria, and will meet with Shomron Jewish leaders on Tuesday.
International leaders rarely visited Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria until recently. The Shomron Regional Council has successfully attracted foreign journalists and European officials to see for themselves Jewish life and society in the area, and most visitors have confessed they left with an entire different picture than what is usually reported.
Following a trip to Berlin and Stockholm by Shomron officials last week to counter efforts to boycott goods from Judea and Samaria, representatives from Austria, Belgium and Turkey agreed to visit Ariel University and factories in Samaria to show their support of Israel.
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